Week in Review: Accused Killer Pleads Not Guilty, House Fire, THS Talent Shines
A look back at the week's top stories in Teaneck
A car crashed into a CVS store on Cedar Lane after a two-vehicle accident near Elm Avenue Friday afternoon, authorities said.
Teaneck High School's Art Show featured numerous sketchings, paintings and sculptures and showcased the talents of student musicians and a dancer.
Fire crews quickly extinguished a kitchen fire at a house on St. Marks Place Wednesday evening.
A call came in around 6:15 p.m. and fire crews were on the scene in three minutes, according to Teaneck Fire Chief Anthony Verley. Firefighters quickly doused flames in the kitchen and used a thermal imaging camera to check the rest of the house.
Public Service Electric and Gas company tree-pruning on Route 4, that has caused major traffic delays through Teaneck, will continue, with more work planned along the highway next week.
The Manhattan man charged with murder and arson in the killing of Teaneck software engineer Robert Cantor pleaded not guilty Tuesday to a host of charges filed in the 2011 shooting death.